Hi, just in regards to this part of Techware:
"Utilities that you would want running during the third part of maintenance.
Wouldn't you run a temp file cleaner first? I always use CCleaner (not because I'm spam advertising this free product) because I find it to be the easiest and best cleaner.
I just think scanning for malware and or virus, would be best completed after
a cleanup. Otherwise you may be scanning gigs of crap.
There are also other simpler tools (or commands) that clean %temp% folders etc. In case you can't use the tool mentioned or something. I'll let you know that even on the worst infected computers I've seen (ie 1000's of bugs) CCleaner has never removed anything important or required to continue to start and run Windows (I also have never had issue with Malwarebytes causing any grief ever either (obviously the contrary).
Anyway, I just thought it strange that you'd scan (possibly) 1000's of unneeded files before running any utilities
Also I'm not a favorite on the name, because it just doesn't say what it is. I would have preferred Techshed or something (like Technician Scheduler). But I'm sure that's set in concrete now, so be it.